Commission into taxi violence: There's government departments miscommunication
The commission of inquiry into taxi violence resumed in Parktown on Wednesday morning, where a man who has acted as a mediator during many fights took the stand.
The commission, chaired by Justice Jeremiah Shongwe, was set up in September last year to investigate the ongoing murders in the taxi industry.
Commission spokesperson Koena Moabelo shares an update.
Today we are hearing evidence from Mr Peter Tlabeni. He is talking about issues that talk to miscommunication in terms of government departments.Koena Moabelo, Spokesperson - Commission of inquiry into taxi violence
He spoke about the non-functionality of the technical working committee that the department had set up in the previous years.Koena Moabelo, Spokesperson - Commission of inquiry into taxi violence
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